Demi Lovato gets tattoo dedicated to her late great-grandmother originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com
Demi Lovato recently got some new ink that has special meaning to her.
The singer's newest body art -- designed by famed artist Brian Woo, also known as Dr. Woo -- is of her late great-grandmother, Marie Davlin Moore, at the very age she is now.
"This is for you Mimaw. You at 26 on my arm while I’m 26, and forever. I love you more," she wrote alongside a photo showing off the tattoo. "Thank you @_dr_woo_ for making her come back to life for me.. it’s stunning and the most meaningful tattoo I have ever gotten."
Davlin Moore died in 2016 when she was 92 years old. At the time, the singer posted an emotional tribute at the time of her passing.
"The world's most special woman," she called her.
Dr. Woo also shared a closer snap of the new ink.
Lovato also wrote, "She was my great-grandmother but we were so close that I never knew it was possible that anyone could have the bond that we shared even 70 years a part," at the time of her great-grandmother's passing.
"She told everyone she loved them every single chance she got and she joked even when her strokes left her unable to speak properly," she added. "The smile that she had not only could light up a whole room but it most definitely lit up the entire nursing home."
The new tattoo is a beautiful tribute to their special bond.